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Chloe Reuter, the CEO of the independent luxury communications agency, says understanding the Chinese market and consumer is crucial
July 3, 2018
While VR location-based entertainment is big, the technology is also getting traction in the business and the public sector
June 28, 2018
By analysing water and energy consumption and non-recyclable waste production, a company can identify significant savings
April 18, 2018
Augmented reality makeovers boost Web and mobile sales, with applications that allow consumers to try out different hairstyles and make up looks
February 20, 2018
Products shown included L’Oreal’s UV Sense, that tracks UV exposure and Neutrogena’s skin-analysing system, the Skin360 App & SkinScanner Tool
Initiatives taken by the Abu Dhabi Government resulted in more than 40 per cent growth annually in Chinese guest arrivals between 2014 and 2017
February 7, 2018
Many of the best companies in the world are choosing Lisbon for their innovation and service centres
August 13, 2017
UK employers are having trouble recruiting and retaining EU staff across many different industries
August 9, 2017
Seasonal pickers coming from other EU countries to work on UK farms down by 17 per cent
The relaxing city is already home to Uber and Netflix – and more firms could follow in the wake of the Leave vote, writes Emma E Forrest
July 30, 2017
Global wellness tourism market is the market leader in the Mena region, at twice the size of its next closest competitors, Morocco and Israel, combined, according to the Global Wellness Institute
June 27, 2017
Moving far beyond the traditional massage, the latest addition to the treatment menu at the Talise Spa at the Madinat Jumeirah hotel in Dubai, is Dimensions of Wellness.
June 26, 2017
A high-end London perfumer's use of oud has been key to its success in the Emirates.
April 2, 2017
Foreign beauty product firms are increasing their presence in this country as the sector offers an expanding market that is also giving local firms a platform for growth.
The largest developer in the emirate is targeting overseas buyers to cushion slower demand at home with an exhibition in the UK capital's famous retail outlet.
February 22, 2017
In Tripoli, protesters reject ‘Hariri, Aoun and Nasrallah’
Cairo flooding causes school closures and traffic mayhem
The Najd Collection, finally on the market, makes £33.5 million at auction
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Gulfstream unveils world's biggest private jet